Well, I guess it does seem like yet another iron in the fire to people but I think anybody that kind of knows what I’ve been doing intimately over the last ten or fifteen years would realize it’s probably kind of long overdue. With Honeytribe, the name of the band really reflected it’s approach to music, which was sweet like honey and fierce like a tribe; really kick you in the teeth one minute and then really soft. And dynamics were key to that. I always wanted to do a record that had no dynamics: here is a song, it’s not going to be brought down to a whisper and it’s not going to be heavy; it’s just going to be a song. Kind of like Tom Petty songs, you know. They’re just one even keel. So when I wrote my songs that ended up on the Royal album [released in 2012], I really tapped into that mode of songwriting for the first time in my career. For the first time in my career I wasn’t writing for the Honeytribe blueprint.